Tag Archives: food

IONTW – April 16, 2017

Under dogs. Literally. They may look like plants, but they are actually elaborate cakes! Found in the NEW section of the library – The Artists’ and Writers’ Cookbook – a wonderful collection of stories about food, with recipes from 76 … Continue reading

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IONTW – April 9, 2017

Other ways of looking and seeing – changing the horizon, and capturing the patterns of birds in flight. Never underestimate the importance of matching snacks! Or that there’s more to life than your job. Not sure I know who any … Continue reading

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something I think I’d like to know, #307

so does that mean there’s new-fangled peanut butter somewhere?

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IONTW – March 26, 2017

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to Cooked by Michael Pollan – read by the author! It’s a great exploration of the transformative power of cooking – both literal and figurative. Gourds of all sizes and shapes! and bowling ball yard art! … Continue reading

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something I think I’d like to know, #306

can hot sauce go bad?

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IONTW – February 5, 2017

Monday, January 30 was Fred Korematsu Day. Google marked it with their Doodle. There’s a new book for young people about Mr. Korematsu, who resisted Executive Order 9066. Others of Japanese heritage, even after being incarcerated, served in the armed … Continue reading

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IONTW – January 22, 2017

A little different setting, perhaps, but much of the time I wear so-called men’s clothes. An interesting read from someone who “switched.” Perhaps begs the question of what is cross-dressing and why are clothes gendered anyway. Chizu Omori and her … Continue reading

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